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Aug 21, 2006 03:50 PM

Candy Apples? Today!

Sudddenly a favorite niece leaving for Hong Kong tomorrow morning has always wanted to try a candy apple (and of course mentions this AFTER going to Wonderland).

Is there any place downtown or perhaps along the subway line where that is easily found?

I know that the CNE has them and I believe the Nutty Chocolatier on Queen West has them too but my schedule may not allow me to go to the far west side (I'm just on TTC).

Any ideas anywhere else around Toronto are appreciated.

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  1. There is a chocolate store on the lower level of First Canadian Place (scross from the Kitchen Table) that does candy apples. Not sure if they do the traditional bright red candy, but they definitely do gourmet chocolate covered apples.

    1. Rocky Mountain Chocolate Factory in the Market Place in first Canadian place King and Bay St (416) 861-2475

      1. Yes! I have never so glad to be part of this board - I'm at work near the Toronto Eaton Centre so it's extremely convenient. Thank you both so very much for the immediate help - I just called them and they have both varieties of candy apples (caramel and sugar shell each @ $3) along with 'more extravagant choices' which I will go see.

        1. So I ended up taking a frenzied cab ride to the place only to find out they didn't have the normal red candied Apples 'today'. They had all these weird chocolate, marshmallow, caramel ones but NO plain candy shell ones even though I CALLED earlier and confirmed there were. Goodness.

          1. Outside the eaton's Centre Yonge and Dundas or araound city hall there maybe a old style Popcorn vender they sell Candy apples to